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Old 02-14-2005, 08:12 AM   #496
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But since Toni wasn't too keen on the trophy girls we had a little help from a few of the guys!
Hilarious. Thats a cover shot. Lynn-see you guys and gals in April??? We'll be down at Disney from the 17th till the 22nd.
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Old 02-14-2005, 09:11 AM   #497
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Is the Sportsman classes at the Snowbirds setup mainly for non factory racers?
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Old 02-14-2005, 10:45 AM   #498
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Is the Sportsman classes at the Snowbirds setup mainly for non factory racers?
If you run mod you can only run expert 19t. If you run stock you have your choice of sportsman or expert. The problem is there are sponsored drivers that run stock. So it is really up to them if they want to run expert or sportsman 19t. Makes the most sense to say if you run mod you run expert and if you run stock you run sportsman. Though I think one they should all run in the same 19t class as part of the fun is getting to run with the big guys like at the Novak race.
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Old 02-14-2005, 11:20 AM   #499
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well www.NashRCracer.com will be there and I'm not racing oval so I'll have 12 hours not to do anything. So I'll be wearing out my digital camera and posting stuff to my site. I don't think it will be like my coverage of cleveland where I had the results but I'll try to get some cool stuff.
Are anyone going to post pictures off 1/12 scale cars ?

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Old 02-14-2005, 11:21 AM   #500
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Yes you do have a choice when you run stock to either run sportsman or expert 19t. I chose to run expert 19t because I ran sportsman last year.
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Way to go Jilles!!! Finally things went your way! Also congratulations to the Xray team for providing THE car of this years Snowbirds.

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Great pics Lynn and Toni.
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Old 02-14-2005, 01:37 PM   #503
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I saw some say that they didn't think the onroad course was technical enough, yet many good drivers found themselves outside of the A. Did it end up being harder then it appeared? Comments?
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Old 02-14-2005, 01:44 PM   #504
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I saw some say that they didn't think the onroad course was technical enough, yet many good drivers found themselves outside of the A. Did it end up being harder then it appeared? Comments?
What I have heard it was a HACK FEAST!!
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Kind of strange that so few pitures from the race is out.
I like to see some cars, drivers, pictures from the price cermony and stuff.
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i would like to see some videos of races, i try to watch it on the live webcame thing but you miss so much cause its just like a picture slideshow every 10 seconds of a live race so in one pic thier on the straight and in the next their like comming around the turn into the straight
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why do you have to check your pistols in like that? do you have to do it like right before a race or how does that work? what if you need to make adjustment or something
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What I have heard it was a HACK FEAST!!
I was very surprised at the lack of rough driving penalties of any kind. Single As and no black flags makes for some ugly/exciting racing.
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Old 02-14-2005, 04:32 PM   #509
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kh15 - up until this year it was required that you bring your radio to impound while you weren't racing so that you couldn't turn it on during a race. They stopped this year, and from what I understand there weren't any problems.
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Just curious on the % of people running the spektrum units for this race???

anyone have any idea on how many they have seen?
So there wasn't one driver running them or did I miss somthing???
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